There are two types—the Standard Oyster and the Visitor Oyster card. Transport for London customers who buy an Oyster card from Sunday 23 February will only be able to get their £5 deposit refunded if they keep the card for more than a year – but with over £200 million in deposits currently stuck on unused cards, it's worth checking if you can get a refund now. We will solve this issue within 24 hours. If you have a paper Travelcard, just show your ticket to the driver. Within the last week, we've seen the extension of coronavirus credit card, personal loan and overdraft help to 31 October 2020, with mortgage payment holidays already extended. Here's his off the cuff answer, Furious Tesco shoppers have complained after card payments made at some of the retailer's petrol stations were taken months after they were made. Turbo boost your credit chances and get your free Experian credit report. I live in England, so do my kids and all our friends, we all have our own Oyster cards and top them up when need be. In London you can get a card in person (e.g., from a station or newsagent) and you don't need to open an Oyster account to do so (although you can later on, if you'd like). Let us show you how to get a refund for it. "These changes, which will only affect newly purchased cards, will mean that customers who continue to use their newly purchased Oyster card for more than a year will automatically receive £5 credit, meaning that we are no longer retaining their deposit. If you have … You can always top it up, and you can get the 3 GBP deposit back when you leave. This site explains the refund. It still says <